WikidPad is an open source, Python-based wiki-like outliner for storing thoughts, ideas, to-do lists, contacts, and other notes with wiki-like linking between pages.It is not a web server, or application server, or groupware solution. It is a standalone notepad like application
The WikidPad system uses a database to tie together individual text documents that the user creates into a wiki-like notepad. Wiki-links can be created by writing a word in CamelCase or enclosing a word or words with single brackets, allowing easy ways to create a mini-wiki on a certain subject easily. Single wiki pages and complete wikis can be exported to HTML.
WikidPad has important Features to highlight, such as:
- On the fly WikiWord linking, as you type.
- WikiWord auto-completion.
- Easy WikiWord navigation.
- Wiki text styling
- WikiWord History
- Wiki document attributes
- Dynamic views
- Tree/Outline view with over 100 icons to choose
- To-do lists
- Incremental search
- Search and Replace
- Export to HTML
- All your data is stored in plain text.
- URL and file linking
- Intuitive key bindings
- Help Wiki included.
An amateur user just need a few time with the application order to use it to its optimum potential. It’s particularly invaluable to creative people who need a way to organize all the different ideas and concepts that comes to their mind. Keeping your information at hand is important and it will definitely fill the bill.